This is not a manual on how to grieve quickly or successfully. Neither is it a “feel good” volume offering certainty about an afterlife and future reunions with departed loved ones, although it does not discount such a possibility. While remaining sensitive to the corporeal world around us, as well as to such spiritual possibilities that there are, it is above all a journey into the intricate workings of the mind of a massively bereaved parent. At times it is confronting, at others hopeful; yet the reader will surely experience an empathy and perhaps greater understanding of one of the worst missiles that Life can fire at us.
About the author
John has had much multicultural experience due to marriage, teaching, travel and years of living in the Philippines and other parts of Asia, have taught English in Australian high schools and overseas, have driven taxis in Sydney and on the Gold Coast, and have personally visited and researched the U.S. and U.K. locations featured in the novel.
His published work has included article-length pieces of fiction and non-fiction. Much of the non-fiction has been travel and business related (including a considerable amount in David Koch financial publications). His work has been published in Australia, the Philippines, Zimbabwe and the U.S.
His formal education includes an honours degree in Philosophy and majors in English Literature and History.
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